With days left until the royal wedding, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are busy organizing final preparations (and dealing with publicized family issues). But how are the Cambridges handling the home stretch?
For Kate Middleton and her royal babies, pre-wedding prep includes leisurely walks in the park. The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted on a stroll with her two youngest kids, newborn Prince Louis and three-year-old Princess Charlotte, in Kensington Gardens yesterday, Vanity Fair reports.
The mom-of-three was reportedly pushing her and Prince William's youngest in an "old fashioned pram," while her daughter walked alongside them. Middleton was nearly unrecognizable behind large black sunglasses and without her signature blowout or a throng of paparazzi following her, according to VF.
The Duchess reportedly wore a brown sundress and pumps for the casual outing. The royal nanny, Maria Borrallo, and three security guards were also in tow. Prince George, however, wasn't present; perhaps he was at school.
Princess Charlotte seemed to enjoy herself even without her big brother around. She apparently didn't want to leave when her mother started heading home. But after Kate called out to her, "No come this way Charlotte," the little princess obliged, VF reports.
George and Charlotte were just announced to be a page boy and bridesmaid, respectively, for the royal wedding on Saturday. They're just two of the 10 adorable tots serving in the couple's bridal party.
Since the bridesmaids are all children and Markle isn't having a maid of honor, it's unclear what Middleotn's role will be at the ceremony in St. George's Chapel. While her husband, Prince William, was chosen as Harry's best man, Kate will nonetheless be present and offer her support to the couple on the big day.
"The wedding will be a family event," a spokesperson from Kensington Palace previously announced. "You can expect the family to be involved."
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